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The REALTOR® Code of Ethics: Article 2 – Exaggerating Home Values and Agent Competency

Welcome back to part 2 in my series on the Texas Association of Realtors Code of Ethics. These are rules of conduct that all real estate agent members of the TAR must follow at risk of fines, discipline, or even being thrown out. 351 more words

Buyers

Police Values: Scotland

In Scotland, managing police use of force begins with rigorous systems for recruiting and hiring officers who reflect the values of police in Scotland.

These values are stated in a Code of Ethics, which is available on the department’s… 593 more words

Police

Q: I'm confused as to what is and is not acceptable with social media.

A: Using social media in connection with your real estate business is a type of advertising and thus is governed by law and professional standards. Minnesota statutes and the REALTORS® Code of Ethics require that a REALTOR® disclose the name of his or her firm in a “reasonable and readily apparent manner.” To meet this requirement, REALTORS® should include the name of their real estate company in their handle or name for social media tools. 150 more words

Real Estate

Realtors’® Obligations to their Clients: OLD CAR

Realtors® have specific ethical obligations to their buyers and sellers under the Code of Ethics, which I go into detail elsewhere.  These general ethical and legal requirements can be broadly distilled into a few basic points.  686 more words

Buyers

YCAR Code of Ethics Education Class August 20th

The majority of YCAR REALTOR members still need this Code of Ethics class to fulfill the NAR requirement.

NAR mandated all REALTORS® must complete a Mandatory Ethics Training program on a Quadrennial Basis(every 4 years).   70 more words

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Native American Code of Ethics


1. Rise with the sun to pray. Pray alone. Pray often. The Great Spirit will listen, if you only speak.

2. Be tolerant of those who are lost on their path. 391 more words

Reflections

The Citizen Blogger - Professional or an Amateur?

The Oconee County Observation website is an informational blog about developmental news in Oconee County, Georgia. This blog is ran by Lee Becker, who has an outstanding educational background, including a Ph.D. 584 more words

Knowledge And New Media